Irish vocalist Nina Hynes spent two of her teen years in North Ireland where she discovered to try out guitar and develop her voice. She after that relocated to France where she examined out her new-found skills by busking within the roads of Paris. Upon time for Ireland, Hynes spent period alongside fellow battling music artists Mundy and Paddy Casey during vocalist/songwriter nights in the International and finished up being found by local self-employed record label Reverb Information. Her six-song debut record Creation garnered advantageous reviews both in Ireland and European countries. The time following album’s 1999 discharge was spent helping touring acts such as for example Stereolab, Kitty Power, and David Grey, in addition to touring European countries with digital composer Harold Budd.